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You can either search for or filter your assets by simply typing what you are looking for in the search box, in the upper left-hand corner of the Asset List view. (For UI definitions, see Asset List View.)
The system searches on different fields depending on what you enter:
- If you enter text, USM Appliance searches hostname and FQDN Fully qualified domain name. Sometimes, also referred to as an absolute domain name..
- If you enter an IP address, USM Appliance searches the IP, as well as the CIDR Classless Inter-Domain Routing, which provides a method for allocating IP addresses, routing Internet protocol packets, and subdividing networks. CIDR notation provides a syntax for specifying a range of IP addresses..
The result of your search displays with the number of assets identified.
USM Appliance provides a large selection of filters, so that you can find assets easily.
|Identify assets with open alarms.
|Identify assets with events.
|Identify assets with vulnerabilities of all severity levels: Info, Low, Medium, High and Serious. Slide the bar to exclude one or more levels.
|Identify assets with a specific asset value, from 0 to 5. Slide the bar to exclude one or more values.
|Identify assets with different HIDS connection status. Includes Connected, Disconnected and Not Deployed.
|Identify assets with different availability status. Includes Up, Down, and Unconfigured.
|Show Assets Added
|Identify assets based on date added.
Identify assets based on last date updated.
|Contains additional filters including Network, Group, Sensor, Device Type, Service, Operating System, Software, Model, Label, Location, and Plugin. Essentially you can filter on every field that classifies or describes an asset.
When applying filters, the search uses a logical "AND" operator when you use different filters. For example, the following search looks for assets that have alarms and events, which were added during the last day:
When you use the same filter multiple times, such as Network in the following example, USM Appliance uses the logical "OR" operator instead: